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Yamhill County Bank
The San Francisco Post has started
in to turn the tide of business away
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from Yaquina. Might as well try to M c M innville - -
I>. C. IRELAND
< <». 1’1 lil.IsllEHS.
stop the rushing tides of the ocean. J. C. B kaly ............................ President
McMinnville, Oregon, - Sept 6,1886 Prevarication in regard to the harbor W.D. M c D onald , J u ............ Secretary
and bar at Yaquina has been of such C lark B kaly ............................ Cashier
For wavs that ¡ir< dark, und tricks long duration and varied character, Transacts a general Banking Business. Col
lections made on favorab.e terms.
that are sly. liquor im-u g jencrally hold that the Post will find it utterly im
on Ladd A Tilton. Portland, Or.
over the prohibitionists, A case in
allowed on time deposits.
eastern Washington is in evidence. themselves or anybody else by its at-
Medical hike precinct in Spokane tempt at pulling down Yaquina. Then
county went dry at the late local op there is a slight difference between the
tion election. Cheney, the adjoining harbor of New York and that of* Port
precinct, voted against local option. land which is not situated on the sea M c M innville , - -
J acob W ortman .................... President
This was so far on the square, but the coast, or even on the Columbia.
P. T hompson ............ Vice-president.
saloonists in the first named precinct
James G. Blaine opened the politi J D. ohn
W ortman ....................... Cashier
were not satisfied Medical lake be cal campaign in Maine in a manner
ing a summer resort, the saloon inter which indicated that he had lost none Transacts a General Banking business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
est was held to be worth making an of his old vim on the political issues, Collections made on favorable terms.
effort for. The anti-prohibitionists and retained his full degree of acute Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
New York, San Francisco and Portland.
first charged tha t voters had been brib statesmanship. He handled the labor, on Office
hours—from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ed with ice cream, lemonade and other fisheries, Mexican and prohibition
dainties to vote for prohibition. The questions, and evinced that he was
charge was not sustained by the evi still the main political leader in these
dence adduced, and the court over United States.
Represents the following sterline compan
ies: London & Liverpool <t Globe, North
ruled it. Hut the opposition was not
British Ä Mercantile. Commercial Union
daunted. The leaders determined to
Fire Association, German American, Fire
man’s Fund, Hartford, Commercial. Anglo
compass by a trick the objects upon
Nevada, State Investment.
which they had set their hearts. F)u
Wheat insurance a specialty.
pursuance of this determination, the Millinery, Dressmaking»
count', commissioner was asked that FANCY GOODS, THIN MINGS, NO.
new precinct be formed, to be known
The Best BRICK Ever Offered to the Public.
as Silver lake precinct, to include a
Hair Weaving and Stamping
part of Cheney and a part of Medical
Done to Order.
J. Hamnett has a large lot of first dass
lake precincts About two hundred Opposite the Grange store, McMinnville,Or.
citizens of both precincts, some inm
M iss K. T hornton
•ently, others w it h a full knowledge of M rs . A. M c D onald .
At his yard near F. W. Martin's, across the
the proceedings, signed the petition,
Yamhill bridge. These brick will be sold at
the following prices, according to quality:
mdlhe prayer was granted Prohibi Fashionable
«4.50, «C.OO, «0.50 and «7.00 a lOOO.
tion and anti-prohibition territory was
.1. 11A JI WETT.
drawn upon to form this new precinct,
and the records showing no vote in
W. J. GARRISON.
A. H. GAUNT.
OPP' »SITE GRANGE HALL,
• Silver lake precinct.” Medical lake
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may now have all the saloons that M c M innville
men care to open there. The validity
>f the law is being questioned in nu
Where the best of meats can always be found
merous other localities, and in due
and at the most reasonable prices, where
the loin of beef is divided with our custom
time the courts will be called upon to
Meats done up in the latest styles,
decide the matter, but for cheapness, I OOO II CH TO BUY THE LARG- and good weights given. Give ns n call.
originality ami effectiveness the Medi est. best and cheapest Brick in the market at
W. J. Garrison & Co.
cal lake men carry off the palm.
I he late anarchists trials in Chica
go cost $50,(MK), an average of a thou
sand dollars a day during its continu Prices from $M0 to |S.OO per Thousand.
ance. If the United States could rid
itself of all the anarchists in its borders W Will also be prepared to lay briok on
A. C. SAYLOR,
Old Poet office Building, D Street,
at the same rate, about $7,000 apiece, short notice.
M c M innville
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it could well at lord to pay the enor
Brewster's Patent Rein Holder.
mous bill and be content with the bar
Toor lino« ar« where you put them-no<
under horses'ftet. One a*«nt sold ltdox. in
gain. So much for making America
S days, one dealer sold • dos. in IS days.
worth »1.40 rasa Write for terms.
the asylum for the oppressed of all
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